Isle Royale National Park is the largest island in Lake Superior, and is incorporated in the state of Michigan. The park is only accessible by boat, and no wheeled vehicles are allowed on the island. Isle Royale is the site of a long-term study on wolf-moose interactions.
Species that can currently be found in the park are posted below:
Up-to-date species checklists can be found at the NPS website. The above versions were downloaded July 3rd, 2014.
In the future we will add information on possible changes in species presence in the park due to climate change to this page.
More information about climate change at Isle Royale National Park can be found here.